Travel the Oregon Coast

Oregon’s coast features rugged cliffs, evergreen forests, Sahara-like dunes and miles of sandy beaches. From Astoria in the north to Brookings in the south, follow the shoreline to visit one-of-a-kind attractions including towns that serve legendary seafood, historic lighthouses, breathtaking viewpoints, wonderful state parks, galleries and museums and a world class aquarium. Mild temperatures, dramatic scenery and a wide range of recreational activities make the coast one of the state’s most popular regions.

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Cannon Beach provides miles of undisturbed beachfront, the beauty of sheer cliffs and green plant-life in warmer months. Enjoy a hike along the coast, the indulgent resort life complete with fine dining and spa escapes, and even designer shopping options.

Lincoln City has miles of beautiful, clean sandy beaches, the Salmon River to the north and the Siletz Bay and River to the south. The Bijou Theatre is a 1937 one-screen theater that features first-run movies, classic films on Saturdays, and live organ music every Monday. The D River Wayside is a renowned 7.5 mile beach that has perfect kite-flying conditions. You can find glass fishing floats while exploring the sandy beach.

Gleneden Beach is located on the Oregon Coast five miles south of Lincoln City and five miles north of Depoe Bay, just south of the Salishan Spa and Golf Resort. Gleneden Beach has a championship golf course, art galleries, shopping and outstanding restaurants.

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2 Responses to Travel the Oregon Coast

  1. Hallinee says:

    Oregon actually doesn’t get that much snow normaly. Just this past week or so its been getting a TON, which is pretty abnormal. I think you should go to Seaside and Cannon Beach (which are practically right next to each other btw) or Newport. Seaside is more of a small city with lots of stuff to do (movie theater, 3, 6, and 9 person bike things that you ride around on the streets, shops, arcade, mini golf, bumper cars, tilt-a-whirl ) and Cannon Beach is a REALLY cute town with not as many things to do, but still plenty (you can ride horses on the beach and single person bike things, visit all the cute shops, go to the candy and ice cream shops ). Both have pretty good beaches. If I had to choose between the two I’d pick Cannon Beach, cuz its so cute! Newport is a little bit bigger than Seaside and has lots of fun stuff to do also. I personally love the aquarium:) There’s also a wax museum, Ripleys Believe It Or Not museum thing, and beaches to play on of coarse!

    • Paul says:

      Yes they have some. It is first come first serve though. The City of Newport Beach provides fire rings in 3 locations. Fire rings are located on both sides of the Balboa Pier, west of the Balboa parking lot, and at B street on the east side of the pier. There are also fire rings at Corona del Mar State Beach. Have a romantic evening!!!

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